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    Title: 「上帝」和「時間」之辯證關係:針對奧古斯丁和胡塞爾之神學思想的比較研究
    Other Titles: The Dialectical Relationship of “God” and “Time”: a Comparative Study of the Theological Thought of Augustine and Husserl
    Authors: 羅麗君
    Contributors: 行政院國家科學委員會
    Keywords: 時間;上帝;神學;絕對理性;永恆存有;柏拉圖主義;time;God;theory;absolute Logos;eternal Being;Platonism
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-11-14 10:49:57 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 第三年度的研究目的主要設定為澄清奧古斯丁和胡塞爾二者由不同之時間理論架構所彰顯出來的上帝觀念、甚或神學理論的異同。研究重點會涉及到二者對於古希臘哲學傳統之上帝觀的承接,然亦會分判奧古斯丁之新柏拉圖主義式之基督神學理論和胡塞爾之柏拉圖─亞理斯多德式之上帝觀念對傳統哲學的轉化。 The third year research project is aimed at expounding the relationship as well as the difference between St. Augustine‘s theological thought and Husserl‘s idea of God by analyzing their time-theory. The Investigation will go back to the thought of God in Ancient Greek philosophical tradition which St. Augustin and Husserl inherit. On the basis of that, I will try to make clear the difference between Augustin’s Neoplatonic-Christian theology and Husserl’s Platonic-Aristotelian idea of God.
    Relation: 基礎研究
    研究期間:10008~ 10107
    Data Type: report
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